Value Change

2012 Mar 20th

Distribution of the Green Lane Environment Diary, 2007, is underway

The theme for the 8th edition of the programme is focused on the question, " What we can do in our daily life?" 100,000 diaries have been printed and are being given to school children in primary schools, municipal education committees, children's day care-centres, and private companies.

A Sri Lankan version will also be made available by Green Cross Sri Lanka, of which 40,000 copies have already been set aside for those who applied for the diary.
Over the course of the eight year programme it is estimated that 400,000 kids have participated, with each year around 200 children being shortlisted to go to the Award Ceremony and receive certificates for their hard work.

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